Why should my drivers attend TTC's Driver Impairment: Drink & Drugs Driver CPC course?
This engaging workshop will lead your workers and drivers through a thought provoking session on the effects and consequences of drink and drug driving.
Our specialist trainers will start by testing the driver's knowledge on the effects of impaired driving before providing important information, encouraging them to develop a personal strategy to reduce future risk taking behaviour.
This interactive workshop is highly effective in improving driver safety and, in turn, supports your organisation to mitigate risk, reduce fleet costs and protect against reputational damage.
This CPC course is JAUPT-approved for all professional drivers undertaking 35 hours of periodic training.
- Duration: 7 hours CPC
- Classroom workshop: Up to 20 delegates
- Virtual classroom (online): Up to 15 delegates
- Price: available on request
- Format: interactive classroom workshop or online virtual classroom
- ID: Photocard licence and Driver Qualification Card
Improving safety and meeting compliance
Reduce your drivers' risks
Training will reduce driver risk, enhance drink/drug awareness and minimise risk areas.
Meet your duty of care
Our JAUPT-approved courses are designed to help you meet your duty of care obligations.
Meet professional requirements
7 hours contribution for all professional drivers undertaking 35 hours of periodic training.
Improve your drivers’ on-road competence and knowledge
- Consequences of impaired driving or using machinery
- Alcohol limits, strengths and influence
- Drug driving and road side screening
- Driver health and well-being
Every staff member had a positive response to the training attendees felt safe to discuss their individual behaviour and to partake in exercises and ask questions…I highly recommend TTC’s programmes.Strategic Development & Conformity Manager, Glosta Engineering
Increased awareness of alcohol limits, strengths and influences and identify any risks in current behaviour patterns.
Promote better decision-making and mitigate risk to the driver, employer and other road users.
Explain consequences of impaired driving for the driver and employer and develop a personal strategy to reduce risk-taking behaviour.
Reduce the likelihood of collisions and incidents as a result of impaired driving through drink and drugs.
- Who should attend
Anybody who is required to complete their Driver CPC hours.
- Delivery method
The workshop is facilitated by a specialist trainer who will fully engage with participants to maximise the learning experience and draw out their views and opinions.
- Course outline
Alcohol and drugs
Reasons for drug and alcohol use and how to stay safe.
Statistics and the law
Develop an understanding of the requirements and responsibilities on the company, driver and wider society.
Consequences and strategies
Consequences of a collision on society and developing a personal strategy.
Resources for ongoing learning.